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Dynetics Shuffles Senior Management Team; Marc Bendickson Comments

DyneticsDynetics has moved to reorganize both the responsibilities of its senior management team and structure of its business and technical groups, with all changes to take effect by the end of September.

Executive Vice President David King will move to the president position and Tom Baumbach, president since 1997, will assume the new role of chief technical officer, Dynetics said Friday.

Mike DeMaioribus, scientific and technical intelligence lead, will also serve as EVP of business operations in addition to his current role.

Other appointments include:

  • Greg Lester as EVP of defense, space and intelligence programs
  • Jonathan Whitcomb as VP of enterprise services
  • Steve Cook as corporate development director
  • Kim Doering as space systems division manager

Marc Bendickson, Dynetics CEO, said the executive management team will aim to help the company deliver technical services as Dynetics looks to continue its growth plan.

King, a 29-year space systems development and operations veteran, previously served as director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and joined Dynetics in 2009 as EVP and manager of integrated systems and special programs.

Baumbach helped the company achieve the ISO 9000 certification and Software Institute’s Level 3 accreditation, DeMaioribus most recently served as SVP and division manager of the hardware and intelligence operating unit and Lester previously held the SVP role for the air and missile defense systems operating unit.

Whitcomb, a member of the Dynetics Technical Services subsidiary’s board, previously served as information technology and products operation unit VP and Cook was responsible for Dynetics’ space technologies after serving as manager of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center Ares project office.

Doering, a 28-year aerospace veteran, served as VP of corporate business development at the United Space Alliance before joining Dynetics.

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